The Silent Service
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The Silent Service, so called because of its clandestine operations, is the UK navy’s only division that does not allow female Service Personnel, but it has tried. After the failure of the UK's trial introduction of female submariners into the SSBN fleet, the Admiralty decide to boost morale by following Japan's lead of World War II and use 'Comfort Girls' on the boats. Faced with a dearth of occupied nations from which to draw 'volunteers', the British Government offered selected prison inmates the opportunity to reduce their sentence by serving on the submarines.
Meanwhile Laura, recently widowed, is offered a job interview at the Naval Dockyard in Helensburgh, but some underhand dealing by a spurned suitor results in her mistaken for a convict and coerced into service as a Comfort Girl. As things turn out, servicing 150 sex-starved submariners is only the start of Laura's problems which threaten to build into a whole lifetime of abject humiliation, draconian controls and desolate frustration occasionally relieved by short bursts of unbearable but unavoidable stimulation. To make matters even worse, or at least even more interesting, her long term minder has decided he'd like his milk fresh everyday and that she should be the supplier.
It's enough to mess with the mind of any independently minded, 22 year old, red headed lady.
This is a novel of over 80000 words and contains graphic scenes only suitable for an adult readership.
...Paul Enock is an Engineer and Inventor by day and an author in the evenings. He lives in the Forest of Dean in the UK and can be contacted on: PaulEnock@hotmail.com